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The Belief Concept In Sierra Leone

corrective of our conduct. This great principle was first enunciated in the Old Testament (Hab. 2:4). Then it was repeated three times in the New Testament (Rom. 1:16-17). The point…

Anti Corruption Commission Storm Bo Hospital …Nurses and Doctors Receive Lectures

Anthony B. Samu (District Coordinator-Bo) The Anti- Corruption Commission on last Friday held a sensitization meeting with health workers including nurses under the supervision of the District Health Management Team…

Illegal Fishing Cost Sierra Leone US$30 Milion Annually…..Marine Minister Confesses

The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Dr. Soccoh Kabia has described illegal fishing as one of the main challenges facing the fisheries sector in Sierra Leone. Addressing a cross…

BELGIAN POLICE STORMS SIERRA LEONE EMBASSY IN BRUSSELS… AS CRISIS HEATS UP

Six Belgian Police Officers on Tuesday June 14, 2011 at 3h15pm stormed the Sierra Leone Embassy in Brussels on a busy consular day to arrest one Peter Kuyembeh, Admin Officer…

New Fourah Bay College History Published in Canada.

The greatest breaking news for Fourah Bay College and Sierra Leoneans in general is the news about the publication in Canada of the long awaited and long sought for history…

Sierra Leone Annual Soccer Tournament Ends in New York

The annual soccer tournament that assembled Sierra Leoneans from all across the United States ended in New York City on July 31st, with no winner reported in the final encounter…

At the National Stadium…Sierra Leone Ports Authority takes on Toure Kunda Footpro.

It is going to be another weekend for clubs participating in the CAF Confederation Cup as crucial second leg ties kick off at different stadiums across Africa. At the National…

OPARD-SL Works Towards Food Security and Job Creation For the Youths in Rural Sierra Leone

The Year 2002 officially marked the end of the civil crisis in Sierra Leone, as declared by the formal President Ahmed Tejan Kabbah, in his “the war don, don” speech…

InformationTechnology Puts Mile 91 On The Spotlight…As 28 Students Graduate From IMITT

By Linda M. Sesay It was a special and tender moment as family members presented gifts to their graduates. Some attendees travelled over fifty kilometres from neighbouring villages to celebrate their…

OPARD-SL Shoe Making Project To Benefit Youths at Mile 91

OPARD-SL Shoe Making Project To Benefit Youths at Mile 91

Peggy and Glen In Sierra Leone , the guns are silent, the war is over but yet the aftermath is still threatening the national security of our sovereign nation. The…